The heart-wrenching news of Nachman’s passing has left our tight-knit community in profound sorrow. A father of 13 beloved children, Nachman was not just a pillar of strength for his family but a beacon of kindness and generosity for everyone who knew him. His sudden departure has left a void that will never be filled, leaving his family in unimaginable pain.
Nachman dedicated his life to providing for his large family, working tirelessly to ensure they had a warm home filled with light, laughter, love for Yiddishkeit and our fellow yidden.
Reb Nachman was always on the giving end.
To the many who knew him, he was a beloved friend, Rabbi and colleague, always ready and willing to answer and lend a hand whenever called upon.
To his family, he was their everything.
13 young children, torn away from their beloved father.
13 young children who will never get to hug their tatty again.
13 young children newly orphaned, with nowhere to turn but up, to our Father in heaven.
In this time of immense sorrow, we call upon our community to unite with the grieving family of Reb Nachman Nachmanson.
The road ahead will be paved with questions.
Questions no man can answer.
As we enter the holiest time of the year, preparing for Yom Kippur, we daven to Hashem for our personal families to be safe, healthy and happy.
Let us daven for our collective family, all of our fellow Yidden, as we come together to help with the practical, financial burden the Nachmanson family faces.
We, as a community, will rise to the challenge.
We, as a community, will be there for the widows and orphans of Klal Yisroel.
In this incredible show of achdus and Ahavas Yisroel, may we all be judged with favor by the Almighty, and be inscribed for a year of only revealed good.